feeble little horse release acclaimed new album Girl With Fish
Pittsburgh's dynamic noise-pop quartet, feeble little horse, composed of close-knit friends Lydia Slocum, Sebastian Kinsler, Jake Kelley, and Ryan Walchonski, has officially released their highly anticipated album, 'Girl with Fish,' today through Saddle Creek.
Renowned for their thrilling and wildly unpredictable compositions, feeble little horse prioritizes intuition over intention, allowing the magic of collaboration to take center stage. This artistic approach is evident in the album's pre-released singles, including "Tin Man," "Steamroller," "Pocket," and the latest addition, "Sweet," accompanied by a brand-new music video.
Drummer Jake Kelley elaborates on their creative process, stating, "Anything that makes us laugh or puts a smile on our faces usually finds its way into our songs." Across 11 tracks, all self-recorded and self-produced, the band embarks on a sonic journey that seamlessly transitions from blissful pop melodies to abrasive noise, glitchy programmed drum beats, and offbeat indie rock elements—sometimes within a single song. Serving as a follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2021 debut album, 'Hayday,' 'Girl with Fish' stands as an overwhelmingly inviting and playful testament to the unwavering trust feeble little horse places in their instincts and, most importantly, each other.
To celebrate the release of 'Girl with Fish,' feeble little horse is embarking on a US summer tour starting today commencing with a hometown show in Pittsburgh, PA at Thunderbird. The tour is set to include exciting highlights such as performances at Brooklyn's renowned Music Hall of Williamsburg, as well as a highly sought-after sold-out show at LA's prestigious venue, Zebulon. Tickets for all shows are available for purchase on feeblelittlehorse.com, the band's official website.
With the release of 'Girl with Fish' and their upcoming tour, feeble little horse continues to captivate audiences with their distinctive sound and unwavering passion, solidifying their position as one of Pittsburgh's most promising musical acts.